DOVER, Del.- With the 2014 college baseball season now over, the NCAA has officially announced its Division I statistical champions for the year.
Delaware State University’s Aarron Nardone (sr.; Chesapeake, Va.) was a NCAA statistical leader in two categories this past season.
Nardone was tops among all Division I players with a .521 on-base percentage during the 2014 campaign. In addition, he led the nation in walks at 1.02 per game.
Nardone had 55 hits, 48 walks and was hit by nine pitches in 47 games (152 at bats) this season.
Also, Delaware State led the nation in two team categories.
The Hornets topped all Division teams with a .331 batting average this year, collecting 531 hits in 1603 at bats this past season.
DSU was also the nation’s leader with a .431 on-base percentage in 2014.
Delaware State posted a 30-17 overall record and captured its third straight Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Northern Division championship during the 2014 season.